AAMC 2019

Join Myprogress at the annual Learn Serve Lead, AAMC Conference 2019
Phoenix Convention Center
November 8–12, 2019.

Event Overview

Learn Serve Lead, the AAMC Annual Meeting, brings together diverse communities within medical education, patient care, and research so that academic medicine professionals may learn from one another, find common ground, and build organisational capacity.

Event Details

Learn Serve Lead is the AAMC's signature learning and networking event that inspires and empowers the academic medicine community and transforms the future of academic medicine. This is the one meeting where educators, students, residents, researchers, patient care providers, and health system leaders convene to make lasting professional connections, expand collaborations, and learn through thought-provoking discussions.

Myprogress will be exhibiting at booth 335 throughout the event, where we’ll be showcasing our leading mobile assessment application with an in-built portfolio designed for direct observation and clinical assessments in challenging environments. With 20 years’ experience working in medical education, Myprogress is tailored to support a wide range of learning and assessment workflows, helping educators to take advantage of the latest best-practices and deliver outstanding learning programmes.

We'll be holding live demonstrations at our exhibition stand throughout the event. If you would like to request a 1-2-1 demonstration of Myprogress - book a meeting with us here.



Phoenix Convention Center, 100 N 3rd St, Phoenix, Arizona 85004

Local Information

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